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Old 12-28-2013, 09:50 AM
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07 stalled, no re start

driving 30mph through town, it stalled, as if i shut the key off, several re start attempts, no luck.
engine cranks, normally
fluids full, filters changed with motorcraft only and regularly
no smoke, no abnormal noises, just as if i shut the key off
73k miles, stand pipes done at 66k

broke down and bought a scanguage II
koeo (duh, it wont startt)
icp 71 (must be 500 at least)
ipr 84.7 (not good)
fmp 47.5 (was bouncing around mid 30's BEFORE i turned key to start)
syn 1
(this was done in the morning hours, about 58 degrees out)
im guessing the stc fitting since its a 07, even if the ipr was open icp should read more then 71
probably time to look into replacing the ficm
no mods of any kind

suggestions?
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Old 12-29-2013, 08:20 PM
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update, did not do air pressure test, did stand pipes at 66k (some where around there), STC fitting is known for failing, off to ford to buy the updated kit. removed turbo, removed IPR, the screen was damaged, the damaged piece was stuck in the IPR, removed it, cleaned the valve, figured i'll go forward and replace the STC since the turbo was off.
got the STC out, i can not tell if its good or shot out, its still intact, loose and wobbly tho. finished reassembly and started, held the key to start and 26 seconds later, it fully started.
now the scanguage reads at idle
909 ICP
23.81 IPR
47.5 FMP <<< low and drops randomly to 39 (again not good i know)
1 SYC
most of my tips and tutorials came from dieseltech ron
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Old 12-30-2013, 12:38 PM
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Did u check the resevoir screen as well? They tend to fall apart as do the ipr screens. Good job getting it to run! now go get that fancy BPD ficm!


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It sucks that a little screen so small and fragile can get you stuck on the road. Nice job fixing it. I too watch all of Ron's videos,they are very informative.
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ps_lane, i did not check the resevior screen, it requires removing the intake manifold (so i have learned), not a project i have time or funds for.
as mentioned in my post, i need to have the ficm rebuilt, then i'll look into res screen, its in the back of my mind.

yes, this little screen killed it, just like a little o-ring killed it less then 10k miles ago, the stand pipe plug, one o-ring.

through the readings here at powerstroke org and youtube videos, mostly rons, i have done both repairs myself in the driveway.

thanks for the help and replies, hope someday i will be able to contribute useful tips

happy hew year

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oh boy, here we go. i cant gripe to much, i know my FICM is under 46v, went for a long drive, 75 degrees out, 1500 elevation, great day, climbing a long hill, no down shift, a few times truck cuts out, must like a gasoline engine lugging. after scaning the net for this problem, the summary is
1. FICM
2. EGR sticking
3. VGT sticking
4. fuel pressure, i installed a blue spring kit two weeks ago
5. chaffing, i yanked on harnes all different directions, nothing
6. filters, changed regularly, fuel and oil due in about 2,000 miles, engine
7. no mods, none
should have kept my ram hemi, could'a would'a should'a

oh, on my return trip, when i got back on the freeway, i held it a WOT, untill i hit 75 mph, preformed perfectly .. sigh
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